Colourful Threads in the Nigerian Literary Fabric: A Review of Naija Stories by Unoma Azuah

Naija Stories makes a rewarding read because a sizable number of the stories in the anthology beam beyond the imperfections of the weaker stories. This collection adds a unique design to the tapestry that makes up the layout of the Nigerian literary fabric. The stories renew our plush tradition of yarning and knitting of anecdotes. … Continue reading Colourful Threads in the Nigerian Literary Fabric: A Review of Naija Stories by Unoma Azuah

Look at ME please: The challenge of self-promotion in a super-sized world. by YEJIDE KILANKO

I’m sure most of you heard the news in 2011 that the world’s population has surpassed 7,000,000,000 people. What this means, is that there are a lot of us walking around on planet earth. Not only are we competing for the necessities of life, we’re competing for the opportunity to display our talents to the … Continue reading Look at ME please: The challenge of self-promotion in a super-sized world. by YEJIDE KILANKO